Boies Schiller is the baby of The Am Law 100 firms, having been founded only in 1997. But, boy, has this kid gotten noticed. Part of the reason, of course, is the star power of its cofounder (and former Cravath partner), David Boies, who famously took on Microsoft as special counsel for the U.S.Department...
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Federal and state prosecutors issued a stern warning to banks on Tuesday as enforcement officials announced a record $13 billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase & Co. over its role in the financial cr
Former U.S. senator and two-time Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards has renounced any further political ambitions and returned to the practice of law
...to artificially go up and then plummet. David Boies of Boies, Schiller & Flexner represents the shareholders, who are seeking class certification to sue...
Lawyers from Wiley Rein who successfully challenged the Voting Rights Act before the U.S. Supreme Court want the government to pay $2 million in legal fees. Plus more in this week's column
During the last two decades, state attorneys general have emerged as successful pursuers of major fraud by corporations. However, their efforts now face an aggressive challenge in the U.S. Supreme Co
...for comment and FDIC spokesman David Barr declined to comment. Boies, Schiller & Flexner partner Tanya Chutkan, who represents Deutsche Bank, referred a call...
...Olson of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and David Boies of Boies, Schiller & Flexner, are likely to provoke caution warnings despite and because of...
A Los Angeles judge, relying largely on an earlier appellate decision in billionaire Ron Burkle's divorce, has denied a bid by the ex-wife of Frank McCourt, the former owner of the Los Angeles Dodger
...mergers and acquisitions, he said. Firms in the state include Boies, Schiller & Flexner; Providence, R.I.-based Hinckley, Allen & Snyder; Boston-based...
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